My own holiday sewing this year has been a complete flop. Even though I see so much online and off (especially while shopping) that inspires me and I know darn well how easy some of it really is to sew together. I wanted to round up some sewing projects for this Christmas and New Years for the kitchen.
Sew here's what I gathered up for stitching…
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It was exciting to receive these photos from my sister - this darling's granddaughter, Alyssa, in the romper I made her last July. The booties for the outfit are too small...and I'm still awaiting pics of her in the bonnet. Alas, this sweet family is moving to a new house - so the MaMa (niece Gretchen), says she'll try to find it and snap pics...
The how-to's were posted on my blog last July, 2011...…Continue
At my annual Creative Get Away Sewing Retreat at the end of April in Danville, IL - I stayed up late a couple of nights to whip up this sweatshirt base jacked that combines the ruffle from lower band idea from the Rachel Jacket and the bound edges from the Ruth Jacket - both found in my Creative Sweatshirt Jackets Londa's Way - Book 2. I have…Continue
I came to the start realization that there are far too few aprons in the world. I've deciede to take this problem head on and begun apron construction. Like most the things I make there was no pattern for these. I Love making things from scratch freeform.
But what good is an apron if it isn't reversible or doesn't have large pockets? :D…Continue
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Perfect for a beginner or maybe even a quick diy gift this checkbook cover tutorial is offered by Alisa of "The Sweet Life". She not only shows you how to make the cover, but she also shows you how to ruffle your fabric too.
You will need two pieces of fabric that measure 7” x 13” and a strip of fabric that is approximately 1.5” x 12” for…Continue